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Austin Business Journal back issues
No such thing as a free lunch. (Capital Gains).(as Austin minimizes business incentives)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... At least not for businesses looking at relocating to the Texas capital. Austin isn't as generous as other cities, at least when it comes to city officials handing out freebies to stimulate growth. That's the conclusion of research recently compiled by Austin Planning Director Austan...
The signs of change. (Capital Gains).(redevelopment team removes Computer Science Corp. logo from downtown buildings)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... Without fanfare or preamble, the City of Austin's redevelopment team has removed the Computer Science Corp. logo on two new downtown buildings. Last month, as workers put the finishing touches on the midrise towers along Town Lake, they also installed large, red letters spelling CSC....
Action at TL causes ripples: Departure of five key figures at VC firm prompts concern, questions.(TL Ventures)(Brief Article)
December 21, 2001... When TL Ventures cut five of the seven venture capitalists in its Austin office, it surprised the victims and the investment community. While the Wayne, Pa.-based venture capital firm is maintaining its Austin presence and relocating managing director Mark DeNino to Austin to oversee...
City Council may grow.
December 21, 2001... In January, Austin will consider doubling the size of the City Council and abandoning the current at-large representation system. Advocates for Austin switching to a single-member district system -- where a council member would represent a certain part of town instead of the entire city...
LCRA powering up: Agency selling $900 million in bonds to finance statewide network of power transmission lines.
December 21, 2001... The Lower Colorado River Authority recently sold more than one-third of the $900 million in bonds it plans to issue over the next five years to finance construction of a statewide network of power transmission lines. This marks the LCRA's most extensive venture in the business of power...